March of the Iron Men: A Social History of Union Through Invention
The history of the nation told in terms of human ingenuity includes The Colonial Period, Revolution, The New Federation, Expansion, and The Individualist Period. Illustrated with photographs, diagrams and line drawings.
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THE PRINTING PRESS AND THE BACK GROUND OF AMERICA
MECHANICS OF THE EMIGRATION
LIFE IN THE WILDERNESS
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